Find out what Japanese restaurants to try in Chappaqua. Chappaqua /ˈtʃæpəkwɑː/ is a hamlet and census-designated place in the town of New Castle, in northern Westchester County, New York. It is on 0.45 square miles (1.2 km) of land on the east bank of the Hudson River, about 30 miles (50 km) north of New York City. The hamlet is served by the Chappaqua station of the Metro-North Railroad's Harlem Line. In the New York State Legislature it is within the New York State Assembly's 93rd district and the New York Senate's 40th district. In Congress the village is in New York's 17th District.
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4 based on 53 reviews
The company's initial business name is 'Kira Sushi' which was established in year 1999.(The restaurant is very well-known for the freshest sushi in the area). Then in February 2012 the restaurant remodeled and added pan-asian & chinese cuisine to the menu
From all the restaurants in Armonk, Kira provides the smallest portions of all. Taste is mediocre and the hostess is obnoxious. You need us honey, we donât need you so you better learn how to deal with customers. Remember, the customers are always right. Hi Steve, we are very sorry to hear about your interaction with the hostess. Please never hesitate to ask for a manager if you choose to give us another chance in the future. We will definitely use your feedback with our staff and make sure we are providing the service our customers deserve.
4 based on 47 reviews
When I am home back in Mount Kisco, I always stop by this super easy and quick sushi/Asian restaurant to have lunch and a catch up with a friend. They have excellent luncheon specials at a reasonable price and the green tea is great too. They deliver too and are reliable.
4 based on 23 reviews
Japanese Ramen and traditional Sushi
This used to be a local favourite of ours until they changed owners and then the menu. The food remains to be good, but I just wish they would improve on the service. On two separate occasions, I was met with less than average service. 1. I called around 2pm to check if they were still taking orders for lunch, they said yes. When I called back 15 minutes to place an order for take out (including some sushi rolls), I was told that the sushi chef had taken off for lunch, a Japanese custom, and that they wouldnt be able to take my order on that. Had they said that when I first called, it would've saved me time from calling back. 2. I called to make a reservation for 10 people for lunch at 12pm. I was told that they couldnt accommodate such a big party. Although apologetic, I found it rather strange that such a large restaurant couldnt take on a party of 10. I called back to see if they would take a take out order for 10 people, and was then told by the same person that they checked with the kitchen, and they can take our party of 10 after all. We were expecting a fairly packed restaurant given how hard it was to make a booking, but was rather surprised when there were only two tables there....our bill came out to $403, which is pretty good for lunch. @Management - Please review your staff. Don't let poor inattentive service ruin your restaurant.
4 based on 48 reviews
In Japanese, KOKU means 'moment'. At KOKU, we aspire to embrace our customers with the transcendent moments of a Japanese dining experience. Modern, intimate, and upbeat New York City vibes are just a few concepts to name that we will intertwine and bring
I had warm house sake (wish they had a "small" size), with tempura appetizer and sushi platter. The former was hot and delicious, the latter buttery (I mean texture-wise) good. Sweet shrimp is the telltale for me at a Japanese restaurant, and the both have it and do it well. A note that a la carte sushi (at least the ebi) is per piece, not per pair as I usually see it. And given the price, I should have known it. Altogether a nice meal in a nice space. I seem to like Armonk.
4 based on 39 reviews
We went to Miyabi for a âdate nightâ and found the sushi to be outstanding. The service was above average and the ambiance was perfect for either a date or even a business dinner. We are glad we tried this restaurant and will absolutely return. We have since tried the sushi from here as takeout and would highly recommend that as well.
5 based on 31 reviews
Fab-glam serendipity. Never heard of Dai Sushiâon road trip from VT. Referred by Siri, resulting from sushi hunger-pangs. Exceedingly (and pleasantly) surprised in Pleasantville! Place was packedâsqueezed into the sushi bar. Ordered yellowtail and scallion, sake (and sake!), uni and nato. All succulent and super fresh (with notable presentation). The order was rapid with smiles from all four sushi chefsâand the wait staff. And the price was right! Will definitely be back on our next road-trip via the Saw Mill.
4 based on 13 reviews
We had lunch there while in town on business. The staff is very friendly and helpful, service was very good (and quick, which at lunch is a big plus). The food was very good. the Benti box special (or something similar) was an incredible amount of food, and all of the specials were very reasonably-priced. They have sushi and other Asian foods, like hot and sour soup, etc. We'll go back.
4 based on 27 reviews
We were four friends looking for something different to eat rather than the traditional meals. This Asian fusion restaurant really impressed us.The lunch specials are $10 and include your choice of appetizer, soup and entree. The portions were very generously sized, well prepared and tasty. We ordered a side of vegetable lo mein with was awesome with bits of cut asparagus. Looking forward to another visit soon. Guys, don't change a thing. The current style of lunch offerings is much more appealing than the previous box lunch offerings.
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